Loosies | October 1st, 2017

Hip-Hop, from the North to the South, from the mainstream to the underground, runs ragged through our loosies this week.
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Deep Cuts | September 30th, 2017

On our fifth installment of Deep Cuts, a flurry of releases from all walks of life emerge to steal our hearts. From Hip-Hop to Indie Rock to Doom Metal.
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Music Reviews | September 29th, 2017

For their third LP, the Connecticut-based Midwest Emo band confronts the topic of illegal immigration, thwarting hate and fear with love and hope.
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Music Reviews | September 25th, 2017

The Post-Rock outfit GY!BE returns for another project that's, regrettably, more of the same. Luciferian Towers finds relative success in being in the right place at the right time.
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Loosies | September 24th, 2017

After a slow past few weeks for Rap, the genre returns with a slew of artist from the underground, middleground, and mainstream.
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Hip-Hop Reviews | September 20th, 2017

Typically one to poke fun at the system with its own funhouse mirror, Open Mike Eagle decides this go-around to replace humor with hope, creating his most mature project yet.
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Loosies | September 17th, 2017

A colorful cast of characters fill the loosies this week, from the drugged out psycho world of King Krule to the zany characteristics of the Art Pop overlord Bjork.
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Music Reviews | September 14th, 2017

After the highly ambitious and wholly original Pom Pom, Ariel Pink returns to his Hypnagogic Pop throne for a more mature offering that's equal parts reflective and cheesy.
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Music Reviews | September 11th, 2017

On their sophomore release, Alvvays continues to please with a bright, summer sound that borrows influence from a trove of Pop sub-genres.
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Loosies | September 10th, 2017

A colorful cast of female Indie progressives lead our weekly loosies, emerging from their respective corners of Psychedelic, Pop, and Folk.
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Hip-Hop Reviews | September 8th, 2017

Revitalizing the Blue Chips series was a risk for Action Bronson, but the music found within isn't. Another collection of safe, genre-confining Rap songs.
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Music Reviews | September 5th, 2017

After six years, LCD Soundsystem returns with a highly-ambitious album that tackles everything from politics to mainstream music to Murphy's personal conquest.
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Loosies | September 3rd, 2017

This week's loosies finds Hip-Hop nearly absent as the Indiesphere takes over for some Rock-infused goodness. Oh, and Singer/Songwriter fan-fics abound.
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Past Greatness | September 1st, 2017

The ninth installment of Past Greatness finds no commonality between the music. They have all Rock influence, but that's about it.
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Deep Cuts | August 31st, 2017

For our fourth installment of Deep Cuts, Conscious Hip-Hop competes with Experimental Trap, while the Indie scene's represented by some kooky characters.
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Hip-Hop Reviews | August 30th, 2017

On the second installment of the Cozy Tapes, the A$AP Mob continues to welcome in a plethora of trend-savvy rappers, creating another mixed bag in the process.
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Hip-Hop Reviews | August 28th, 2017

Merely two months removed from Saturation's last installment, Brockhampton returns for a second piece that's all too familiar.
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Loosies | August 27th, 2017

Another solid mixture of genres this week, with some new introductions to my library in the form of an East Coast underground mayor and a red-haired mystery.
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Hip-Hop Reviews | August 25th, 2017

In 13 ruthless minutes, Denzel Curry proves why he's an ultimate talent. The bridge between Trap and Experimental Hip-Hop has been found.
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Music Reviews | August 23rd, 2017

For 2017's third record, King Gizzard teams up with the Psychedelic Pop outfit Mild High Club for a retreat into the nestled confines of their Melbourne home.
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